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A motorist left traumatized after being ordered to stop on a motorway by a man impersonating a police officer has been informed that there will be no criminal investigation,


Following John Swinney's election as the new leader of the SNP, Humza Yousaf has submitted his resignation letter to King Charles, marking the end of his tenure as Scotland's first minister.


Heineken's pub division in the UK, Star Pubs, has unveiled plans to breathe new life into 62 pubs across the country, coinciding with a significant job creation effort.

The UK government suspects China's involvement in a recent hack targeting the armed forces payroll system, according to BBC sources. Defence Secretary Grant Shapps is expected to


The King has granted special permission for Princess Anne and the Duke of Kent to host Garden Parties in the grounds of Buckingham Palace.


252 Recipients Announced in The King’s Awards for Enterprise - the UK’s Most Prestigious Business Awards. Five Businesses Recognized in Two Categories This Year.


Two-thirds of UK adults are unaware of the new EU biometric border controls set to be enforced for British holidaymakers from October this year, a survey reveals.


The government is set to introduce new legislation aimed at addressing concerns regarding safety, privacy, and dignity in non-domestic buildings by requiring separate single-sex toilet facilities.


John Swinney is poised to take the helm of the SNP uncontested as his main rival abruptly withdraws from the leadership race at the eleventh hour.


The National Crime Agency (NCA) has reported the discovery of half a tonne of cocaine, valued at £40 million, in the car park of a village pub in Lelley, East Yorkshire.